Shahid Kapoor on parenting: Mira tells me I need to calm down as I'm obsessive and protective
Recalling their first rendezvous, Shahid Kapoor stated that it was a 'magical moment' when he first met Mira.
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput have always been vocal about their affection for each other. In fact, Shahid has become a complete family man after the birth of his children Misha and Zain. In a recent interview, the actor opened up about the very first time he met his future wife and also about how Mira thinks he is "obsessive" with the children.
Recalling their first rendezvous, Shahid stated that it was a 'magical moment' when he first met Mira. “It was a lovely evening and light was falling on her face. She just turned towards me and smiled and said something. I was like she is so young but I like her, I thought if something is wrong with me,” reports India.com.
Shahid confessed that he would often be told by his wife that he needs to calm down with respect to both his children as he had the tendency to become over-protective. Mira, on the other hand, stated the actor was quite casual around Misha and Zain. As parents, stated Kapoor, both Mira and him were trying to find the middle ground so that their parenting methods have a balance.
The couple got married in 2015 and have been quite generous with their PDA on social media. During Mira's pregnancy, the actor even took a paternity break to support his wife through the phase.
On the work front, Shahid has moved on to the shooting of Kabir Singh, which is the official Hindi remake of Arjun Reddy. The feature is being helmed by Sandeep Vanga and features Kiara Advani as the female lead.
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